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Robert Taylor died on June 8, 1969 in St. John’s Hospital in Santa Monica, California. Decades of chain smoking had given him lung cancer. His ashes are interred at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California. Mr. Taylor left behind 77 … Continue reading
Tagged acting, Barry Nelson, Conrad Veidt, Edward Arnold, Escape, Johnny Eager, Lana Turner, norma shearer, Philip Dorn, Robert Taylor, Turner Classic Movies, Ursula Thiess, van heflin
Undercurrent, 1946, is playing on Turner Classic Movies on Friday, September 28 at 2:15 p.m. est. Closed captioned. Director Vincente Minneli said of Undercurrent : He [Robert Taylor] out acted her [Katharine Hepburn] and stole the picture as the demanding … Continue reading
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Tagged acting, actor, celebrities, Charles Tranberg, drama, entertainment, gentleman, glamor, Golden Era, handsome, hollywood, Katharine Hepburn, matinee idol, MGM, movie stars, Robert Mitchum, Robert Taylor, TCM, Turner Classic Movies, Undercurrent, Vincente Minneli
In Memoriam Robert Taylor August 5, 1911 June 8, 1969 George Cukor, director. “Robert Taylor was my favorite actor. He was a gentleman. That’s rare in Hollywood.” (W.F. Buckley, “MGM Moles Dig Themselves a Hole,” Column, Jan 30, 1990) Mr. … Continue reading
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What do you know! Beautiful Ursula Thiess has just married lonely old Bob Taylor—that poor cuss who has nothing to offer a girl but love, fun and security! By Richard Moore Screen Album, 1954 The beginning of the article is … Continue reading
Tagged acting, Barbara Stanwyck, glamor, Golden Era, hollywood, lonely, MGM, movie stars, Ralph Couser, Robert Taylor, Ursula Thiess
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Un-Dedicated Actor I don’t know the source of this, but it is from a movie magazine from the early 1962 or 1963. He became a movie star because he “just happened” to join a college acting group. He was lonely, … Continue reading